Ingrid Goes West (2017) Review

Let me set the scene for you: I wake up at 8:30 AM in Los Angeles, California, getting ready to walk my dog. While getting dressed (because I can’t very well walk my dog around the neighborhood in my pajamas), I check the weather on my phone. It’s not even 9:00 in the morning and... Continue Reading →

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Movie Musical Monday: Godspell

The 1973 film adaptation of Godspell is what I think a mild acid trip while reading the bible would be like. A retelling of the Gospel of St. Matthew, the film Godspell takes place in 1970s New York City. We start by watching John the Baptist walk across a bridge. We are then introduced to,... Continue Reading →

The Founder (2016)

The Founder is a film that, FOR SURE, should have garnered more buzz in the beginning of this year when it was fully released. The story of Ray Kroc, and how he franchised, what is now one of the most popular fast food restaurants in the world, and how he lets nobody get in his... Continue Reading →

The Incredible Jessica James

The Incredible Jessica James is one of those films that I could have just watched forever. The characters were so compelling. I just wanted to be involved in every aspect of their lives. The Incredible Jessica James is a Netflix Original Film about a 25 year old hopeful playwright named, well, Jessica James. When we... Continue Reading →

Baby Driver (2017) Review

When looking at the films of Edgar Wright, the transition from comedy to action is unbelievably clear. I mean, just look at the Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy. Shaun of the Dead has some action in it, but none of it is the large explosion-y type of action. The focus in the film really is comedy.... Continue Reading →

The Big Sick (2017) Review

I’m just going to say it: This is the most genuine, heartfelt film that I have seen in years. It’s being billed as a “Romantic Comedy” but this film comes in a category all its own. From start to finish, I was mesmerized. I was so emotionally involved in the lives of these characters. I... Continue Reading →

78. Modern Times

“The Tramp struggles to live in modern industrial society with the help of a young homeless woman.” Now, I have this bad habit of falling asleep during ANY SILENT FILM EVER. It’s not because I’m bored. It’s not because I’m not enjoying myself. I honestly don’t know what it is about silent films that make... Continue Reading →

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